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Bruins Edge Rangers, Take Eastern Conference Lead

The Boston Bruins are now in first place in the division and the conference after eeking out a 2-1 win over the New York Rangers on Tuesday night. The Game The Bruins came into New York on the back end of a three game road trip that saw them go from Ottawa to Carolina and […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – NHL Week 6

Teams are rapidly approaching 20 games already, if they haven’t reached the mark already. The divisional races are getting closer, even Pittsburgh’s. The Wildcard races are pretty good too, especially in the East. A few teams may be thinking of ping pong balls already, but plenty still have postseason aspirations. With seedings shifting around all […]

Bruins Lose 4-3 in OT as Rangers Fight to Stay Alive

With a 3-0 lead in the Eastern Conference semi-finals, the Bruins had the momentum to roll the Rangers for a clean 4-0 sweep and they very well could have. Instead, thanks to some soft goals given up by Tuukka Rask, the Bruins will head back to Boston for a game 5 after losing 4-3 in […]

For the Bulletin Board: Lundqvist’s “Lucky Bounces,” Savard’s “#ByeByeTorts”

With the Boston Bruins and New York Rangers get set to square off in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference semifinals, the teams decided to exchange some barbs to tack up on the bulletin board. As if things weren’t testy enough already in this classic Boston-New York rivalry.

If the Playoffs Started Today – NHL Week 13

Just one week remains in the season, and there’s still plenty left to play. The unfortunate events surround the Boston Marathon and the week after have forced the Bruins to postpone two games, in turn forcing the Penguins and Sabres to postpone a game. That leaves Boston with six games games to play between now […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – NHL Week 12

Just two weeks remain in the season, and teams are starting to clinch spots. Time is quickly running out for teams to make their moves or break into the top 16. The Blackhawks, Ducks and Penguins continue to sit easy of course (and are now joined by Vancouver as a solid #3), but it’s not […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – NHL Week 11

Less than a month remains in the abbreviated season, but the situation remains heated. Plenty of divisions remain up for grabs. The playoff chases for #9 and below, especially in the East, remain open. The Southeast Division is starting to look like you either win the division or stay home in May. And of course […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – NHL Week 10

10 weeks into the season, things are still being shaken up. Pittsburgh is on a major roll. Plenty of squads are still hoping to get into the race. The playoff teams in general are crowding each other and could drastically shift among each other at any time. So before this wacky season gets any wackier, […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – NHL Week 7

The season is half over for many teams, and almost everyone is still as close as ever. Boston and Montreal are fighting over the East, while the Rangers and Devils are still trying to hold off the Jets and Islanders. Out West, #3 and #11 are separated by just four points, so just about everyone […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – NHL Week 4

We’re already a month into the season, and things are still pretty close. Chicago and Anaheim are starting to carve a niche for themselves, but they still have a ways to go, and all other slots are still very much in play. Ties are plentiful, and both #8 seeds are very much in the air, […]

Bruins-Lightning Game Postponed due to Snowstorm “Nemo”

After already moving back the start time from 1 to 7 p.m., the NHL has postponed tonight’s game between the Boston Bruins and the Tampa Bay Lightning due to the blizzard “Nemo.” If only the game could have been played outside. The postponement comes despite both teams already being in Boston. The storm dumped over two […]

Bruins Suffer First Loss of the Season to Rangers

Marian Gaborik capped off his hat trick night by batting home his rebound past Tuukka Rask on a breakaway with 27 seconds into overtime to give the New York Rangers a 4-3 win at Madison Square Garden. Gaborik scored his first two goals just over two minutes apart early in the first period. The Rangers […]

Make or Break Year for the Inconsistent David Krejci?

David Krejci is one of the best, if not the best, playmaker for Boston Bruins. No other Bruins player passes or skates with the puck better than he does. There is no question that the 26-year-old Czech is a very talented player, but there are plenty of questions about his consistency. Krejci has the talent […]

Bruins Start Season Strong with 3-1 Win Over Rangers

After the lengthy lockout we thought would never end, Boston finally got hockey back in the form of the Bruins hosting the New York Rangers to open up the season. Despite going 0-7 on the power play, the B’s pulled together a total team effort to earn the 3-1 victory over New York. Milan Lucic […]

Rangers Complete Trade with Blue Jackets for Rick Nash

Over the past couple years, the New York Rangers have been a very active team during the offseason.  Back in 2009, the Rangers signed Slovakian superstar Marian Gaborik to a five-year deal. In the previous offseason, the Rangers signed Brad Richards, who happened to be the top overall unrestricted free agent in 2011. Even after […]